If you have a little more time and don’t want to dive straight in and start looking for the model you think will do the job for you, take some of the following tips into consideration.
Batch Feed vs Continuous Feed
Most people will opt with a continuous-feed kitchen garbage disposal, but if you’re looking for a little more safety, the batch-feed models are a better choice.Continuous Feed kitchen garbage disposal is required you standing nearby all the time until the garbage finished ground.
Basically, the more grind stages your waste disposal has, the finer the waste will be when it’s sent to your sewage system or septic tank. Your choice should depends on what type of waste you want to get rid of.
I can feel your eyes light up at this section. Noise is a massive issue for a lot of people, so make sure to check if your desired food waste disposer has sufficient sound insulation
Other Options to Consider
The most important other factors that come to mind are price (obviously), size (especially if you need room for cleaning utensils) and type of waste to get rid of. Again, I usually address these issues in the reviews.
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